Global molybdenum production and use falls in Q1

Molybdenum production and use falls in Q1

14th July, 2020

Global production and use of molybdenum fell in Q1 when compared to the previous quarter (Q4 2019) according to figures published by the International Molybdenum Association (IMOA), a non-profit trade association representing the interests of most of the world's molybdenum producers and converters, as well as users and traders.

MMK's energy management accolade

MMK's energy management accolade

14th July, 2020

Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works (MMK) has been awarded the international Energy Management Insight Award for energy saving and improving the energy efficiency of its production processes in accordance with ISO 50001.

EUROFER welcomes European green steel plan

EUROFER welcomes hydrogen strategy

8th July, 2020

The European steel industry has welcomed the launch of the European Commission's Hydrogen Strategy for a Climate-Neutral Europe’, which sets out a plan to establish an integrated hydrogen energy network in Europe by 2050.

Latest issue: May-June 2020

May-June 2020

Men go and come, but earth abidesEcclesiastes, 1,4*

I’ve never seen Contagion and I don’t intend to watch it now, purely because I’m living it, like most people on the planet. However, this morning, on a level so miniscule it’s probably not worth talking about, I started to think about how civilisation can slowly vanish, if we’re not careful, and there are signs of this everywhere at present. My tiny little example is that my lawnmower gave up the ghost over the weekend and there’s nobody around to fix it, meaning that my lawn will grow uncontrollably until I get it fixed or buy a new one. Currently, as I look out on the garden, it’s as if the grass has been given a radical haircut, but if weeks or months go by, it’ll start looking like a…